Senior Sunday: Jaden Harrison


Courtesy of Harrison

Jaden Harrison is a Senior at Huron High School. He is on the football team which taught him many skills.

Robert Hall, Staff Writer

Q: Tell me a little bit about yourself and what sports/hobbies do you do.

A: “I’d like to get money and work. I have worked at Target for about a month.”


Q: What class/club would you recommend to underclassmen?

A: “I would recommend football because you learn a lot of life skills and, like beneficial life lessons.  Sometimes you learn how to be a leader, you learn to have a good work ethic and how to work with other people. You also learn how to face adversity with other people also.”


Q: What’s the biggest difference between freshman-year you and today you?

A:”I feel like today I am more mature. I know I can manage my time more wisely. I know what needs to be done and how to get it done. And pretty much I’m just like a more mature person as a whole.”


Q:10 years from now what what is one thing from high school you will still remember?

A: “Playing football.”


Q: What is one piece of advice he would give to your freshmen self?

A: “To stay on track with your homework. Make sure nothing’s late. Make sure everything’s on time and have good work ethic.”


Q: What will you miss most about high school?”

A:”Probably the social aspect. Being in a social environment, all the people that you don’t get to see on a day to day

basis that’s not in your friend group. But just like people in your class or people in the hallway or different teachers.”


Q:What are your plans for next year?

A:”I plan on going to college and enrolling in the nursing program.”